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I need to know if I have 1.5mm if I need to replace and turn the drums. Also do I have pads on the back? 2004 Honda Pilot

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  • rickbollmeye Aug 02, 2009

    I have according to the dealer 1.5 mm on the brake pads remaining. do i need to do a brake job now? If so do I need the rotors resurfaced at the same time. Is there any warning signs, I do not trust the dealer

  • rickbollmeye Aug 02, 2009

    thank you very comprehensive & informative

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I guess I need to clarify first but you shouldn't have drums on your 2004 Honda Pilot. From everything I can tell you should have disc brakes on the front and the back which would mean that yes you do have pads on the back. I was confussed about the first portion of your question, please clarify so I might be able to best help you. Thanks for using FixYa!

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    Keith Heavilin Aug 02, 2009

    Yes you definitely need to change your pads. As far as the rotors go you only need to get them turned if they need it. You can tell if they need to be turned if you rub your finger from the top of the rotor down towards the center and feel any ridges. If it is not completely smooth you need to get them turned or replace them completely. If they have been turned before you will need to replace them, if not they more than likely can be turned for you now. You want to make sure that the rotors are completely smooth because if not, your brake pads can't come compeletly in contact with them and stop the vehicle properly. If your rotors are really bad you will be able to see the ridges and more than likely will need to be replaced. Let me know if you have any further questions. Thanks, Keith.


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